Acrolinx 2.10 is now available with new support for the oXygen XML editor, enhanced support for user authentication and terminology contribution, and other new features. All Acrolinx customers will receive this release as part of their maintenance and support service.
In addition, this release sets the stage for easier upgrades by allowing customers to overlay their own configuration changes on top of Acrolinx-provided configuration files instead of changing those files directly.
Key details of the release include:
- Support for oXygen XML Editor 13.2 and 14.0.
- Enterprise terminology contribution
- Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS)
- MySQL database for terminology
- RSS feed of terminology changes
Available now for immediate download, Acrolinx 2.10 also includes dozens of other improvements in usability, stability, and performance.